Summer Exhibition with Silent Auction, Saturday 9th July
The 1st Castleberg (Settle) Scouts will be holding a Summer Exhibition of work by local artists and craftspeople on Saturday 9th July between 11am and 5pm at Settle Drill Hall.
A selection of the works to be shown are illustrated below. (Click any of the images to see the picture full-screen, and to scroll picture-by-picture through the catalogue). We will be receiving more items up to the morning of the exhibition, so if you don’t see anything you fancy here do come along to see the late arrivals and things that did not make the on-line catalogue.
Silent Auction, how does that work?
All of the items on show will be available for purchase by silent auction. If there's a piece (or pieces) that you'd like to own you will need to complete a bidding slip and leave it in a sealed envelope with the organisers. Once the exhibition has closed all the sealed bids will be opened and the people making the highest bid for each item will be invited to return to pay and collect their lots.
Everyone likes a bargain, but will a canny bid be enough to secure it? Decide on your bid over a brew and butty from our auction cafe.
Note: As the number and constituents of the individual lots will not be finalised until the morning of the auction, we will not be accepting any bids by e-mail or telephone. All bidding must be done in person using the sealed envelopes we will provide on the day of the auction.
We hall be holding a raffle too. The fabulous prizes have been generously provided by:
- Forage & Feast
- Drake & Macefield
- Growing with Grace
- Courtyard Dairy
Thank you also to:
- Clapham Art Group who have kindly leant us some of their display boards to use on Saturday.
- iPrint, for printing one of the exhibits in the auction at no charge.
- and all the artists and crafts people that have donated their work.
If you require further information about the auction please get in touch by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
All proceeds to group funds and our Drill Hall Extension Project. Learn more about the project here >> http://www.settledrillhall.org/index.php/about-project